3" Mortar Carrier
$35.00 USD
3" Mortar Carrier
The Bren (or more accurately ǃ_universalǃ_) carrier is possibly unique in all the armies of WW2. The Carrier, 3-inch Mortar was designed to enable the mortar to have 360 traverse and to be fired either from the vehicle, or dismounted....
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8th Army carrier patrol
$53.60 USD
8th Army carrier patrol
Formed from the Western Desert Force in 1941, the British 8th Army comprised men from across the British Commonwealth - British, New Zealanders, Australians, Indians and South Africans. Following early successes against the Italians in North Africa, the 8th Army...
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8th Army starter army
$142.00 USD
8th Army starter army
Get ready to build and battle across North Africa with the British 8th Army starter army box set! The British 8th Army comprised of men from around the British Commonwealth - Australians, New Zealanders, South Africans, Indians and Polish troops...
$142.00 USD
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A10 Cruiser tank Mk II
$50.00 USD
A10 Cruiser tank Mk II
Pack contains one metal and resin tank plus metal crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
$50.00 USD
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A11 Matilda I infantry tank
$41.50 USD
A11 Matilda I infantry tank
Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
$41.50 USD
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A9 Cruiser tank Mk I
$50.00 USD
A9 Cruiser tank Mk I
The A9 Cruiser, MK I was an effective tank in the North African campaigns, it's 2 pdr gun was lethal against the early Italian tanks it encountered during the North African campaign and could also hold its own against Rommel's...
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Achilles: British 17pdr SPG
$54.00 USD
Achilles: British 17pdr SPG
The standard infantry anti-tank gun was the 6 pdr - a gun capable of taking out most German armour but one that struggled against the heavier Panthers, Tigers and their ilk. The much moire potent 17 pdr was very effective...
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ACV - Indian Pattern Mk II
$37.00 USD
ACV - Indian Pattern Mk II
The Armoured Carrier Wheeled India Pattern (ACV-IP) otherwise known as the India Pattern Armoured Car was manufactured in India and used by the Indian Army in the Far East, Africa and Italy. It was used as an armoured car and...
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Armadillo MkIII
$52.00 USD
Armadillo MkIII
Armadillos were improvised armoured self-propelled guns based on any available lorry chassis for airfield defence. The ‘armour’ consisted of wood and/or steel plates lined with gravel. The Mark I and II were armed with two Lewis Guns mounted in an...
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Australian Matilda II infantry tank
Although obsolete in the European theatre, the A12 Matilda II infantry tank’s heavy armour and proven weaponry were ideal against the lightly equipped Japanese forces in the Far East. The nature of the terrain precluded the large armoured formations experienced...
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Beaverette MKIII armoured car
$40.00 USD
Beaverette MKIII armoured car
The Beaverette was a hastily designed stopgap measure that was intended to provide vehicles for the defence in the event of a German invasion. Instigated by Lord Beaverbrook in 1940, it was simply an oak and steel armoured shell on...
$40.00 USD
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Bedford OY SP 3-pdr
$54.00 USD
Bedford OY SP 3-pdr
The Bedford OY was a militarised version of the Bedford O series lorry capable of carrying three tonnes. A Hotchkiss 3-pdr naval gun mounted in the rear on a pedestal turned it into a self-propelled gun. Cost: 52pts (inexperienced), 65pts...
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British AEC Armoured Car Mk II
$44.00 USD
British AEC Armoured Car Mk II
The heavy hitters of the recon regiments! Despite their size and appearance these apparent light weights carried a not too shabby 6pdr (57mm) gun. The Mark III was upgraded to a 75mm cannon possibly the most potent anti tank weapon...
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British AEC Armoured Car Mk III
$45.50 USD
British AEC Armoured Car Mk III
Mounting a potent 75mm gun the mk III AEC armoured car was probably the most heavily armed recce vehicle of WWII. The earlier Mk II carried the 6 pounder (57mm) gun and can be found here. The 'heavy' troop in...
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British Airborne Cut Down Moris
$41.50 USD
British Airborne Cut Down Moris
As the name implies, this was simply a version of the standard C8 Morris ‘Quad’ tractor that had been introduced in 1939 to tow 25-pdr guns and 4.5” howitzers. The original ‘quad’ was both too large and too heavy to...
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British Airborne Jeep & Trailer
$37.00 USD
British Airborne Jeep & Trailer
In addition to normal Jeeps, the airborne forces at Arnhem were supplied with special Recce Jeeps, fitted with single or twin Vickers machine guns. British Airborne Recce Jeep in action Using speed as it's main offensive and defensive tool, this...
$37.00 USD
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British Airborne Signals Jeep
$31.00 USD
British Airborne Signals Jeep
Communication is imperative within warfare and many personnel have recognised the massive advantage radios can give to coordinating efforts with numerous units. As a result, the Allies Airborne forces have adapted one of their jeeps to have the main function...
$31.00 USD
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British Army Ford WOA1 staff car
$37.00 USD
British Army Ford WOA1 staff car
Famous for being the staff vehicle that Queen Elizabeth (Princess at the time) drove during WWII, the Ford WOA1 was the standard four-seater vehicle, particularly for staff during wartime. This kit also includes a driver model based upon Princess Elizabeth...
$37.00 USD
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British Churchill MkVII
$52.00 USD
British Churchill MkVII
The Churchill was one of the heaviest allied tanks of the war, best known for its heavy armour, large longitudinal chassis with all-around tracks with multiple bogies, and its use as the basis of many specialist vehicles. It will be...
$52.00 USD
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British Daimler Dingo MkII Scout Car
One of the most widespread scout cars in the British and Commonwealth armies. The Dingoes were the unsung heroes of the armoured and infantry division's reconnaissance regiments as well as the army level recce regts! Fast and light; they may...
$31.00 USD
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British Konflikt '47 Starter Set
$162.00 USD
British Konflikt '47 Starter Set
March 1947. Europe is gradually emerging from it's most severe winter in living memory. Dug in through the winter, British and Commonwealth troops prepare to begin the last push into Germany. Setbacks the previous year are forgotten as new rift-tech...
$162.00 USD
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British Morris Quad C8 Tractor
$45.50 USD
British Morris Quad C8 Tractor
The Morris Commercial C8 FAT (Field Artillery Tractor) commonly known as a Quad was an artillery tractor of the British and Commonwealth forces during World War II. It was used to tow field artillery pieces, such as the 25 pounder...
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British Wasp Flamethrower carrier
Based on the ubiquitous universal, or Bren, carrier the WASP was a modified version carrying a flamethrower. Dreaded by Jerry! Wasps were used by the Armoured and Infantry divisions with up to 6 in the independent machine gun companies, though...
$31.00 USD
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Centaur Mk IV
$50.00 USD
Centaur Mk IV
The Centaur IV close support vehicle was developed mid war to provide much needed firepower for a seaborne assault. It equipped the Royal Marines Armoured Support Group and was first used in Normandy. It was formed of 2 Armoured Support...
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Churchill Crocodile Flamethrowing Tank
The Churchill Crocodile is a Churchill tank but with the hull mounted Besa Heavy Machine Gun replaced with a flame thrower. The fuel for the flame thrower was transported in a six and a half ton trailer towed behind the...
$64.00 USD
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Churchill Meteor
$58.00 USD
Churchill Meteor
In a bid to utilise more Rift-technology in enhanced combat power, a relatively minor line of development inadvertently spawned the Meteor Rocket and subsequently its tank-mounted launcher. The discovery of a metal degrading enzyme that could rapidly degrade armour plate...
$58.00 USD
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Civilian Ford WAO1 car
$37.00 USD
Civilian Ford WAO1 car
Famous for being the staff vehicle that Queen Elizabeth (Princess at the time) drove during WWII, the Ford WOA1 was the standard four-seater vehicle, particularly for staff during wartime. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
$37.00 USD
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Cromwell with burlap camo
$50.00 USD
Cromwell with burlap camo
Burlap camo was a type of netting which was very popular with Commonwealth armies during W.W.II. It differs from ordinary netting in that it has attached to it many strips of material which hang down looking like strips of tape....
$50.00 USD
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Flying Standard 10' "Tilly"
$31.00 USD
Flying Standard 10' "Tilly"
The Flying Standard 10 was produced by the Standard Motor Company and used by the British Commonwealth forces during the early stages of the war, in the desert campaign and in North-West Europe after D-Day. 'Tilly' is taken from "Utillity...
$31.00 USD
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Guy armoured Car
$40.00 USD
Guy armoured Car
The Guy Armoured Car, or Light Tank (Wheeled) Mk I, was designed in 1938 and was the first armoured car with an all-wielded construction. They were armed with two machine guns in a rotating armoured turret. Guy Motors lacked the...
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